With the recent wave of high-profile data breaches, including the Target hack, which exposed the credit card data of millions of people, the threat landscape for enterprises and consumers appears gloomy. Whether it is nation-state attacks, cyber criminals or hacktivists, enterprises and consumers remain a constant target, especially with the growth of mobile devices, which bring even more points of entry for cyber crime.
However, help is on the way. This week, the RSA Conference, the IT security industry's largest event, will take place with leading security companies from around the world discussing new strategies and unveiling new technologies designed to help reduce cyber threats and protect against devastating attacks that can cripple a company or wipe out a consumer’s bank account.
Some of the new products and technology being released at RSA are featured in the following slides.
Small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) are vital to the U.S. economy, yet they are often the most vulnerable when it comes to cybersecurity. ... More >>
While the tech geek is busting at the seams with anticipation, the network admin is scared to death. All this technology results in bandwidth hoarding, security vulnerabilities and compliance concerns for IT departments. ... More >>
Given the fluid nature of BYOD and related security issues, the next logical step is to approach the data's security independent of the device or location. ... More >>